Monday, July 14, 2008
Due to popular demand, Domestic is having a two week run from July 15-27 at the Theatre Passe Muraille Backspace.
Tickets are $15 or $10 for students and arts workers
Tickets are available online at artsboxoffice.ca
Jim loves Betty! Betty loves Jim! The Smith household should be perfect except… why does God keep calling with talk about Hell? And why is there a pool of blood forming under Jim's body? Whoops! Looks like Betty might have to go shopping again!
Pug In A Tux Productions Presents - Domestic: Winner of Patron's Pick at the 2008 Fringe and the JCW Saxton Playwriting Prize, Domestic is "surreal and hilarious... a cogent, utterly unique piece of dark comedy” – The Journal
Director: Michael Murphy
Cast: Carly Heffernan, Luke Marty, Danny Pagett, Evan Smith
Warning: mature language, gunshots, blasphemy
Theatre Passe Muraille Backspace
16 Ryerson Avenue (East of Bathurst , North of Queen)
REVIEW FOR THE FRINGE RUN OF DOMESTIC: http://torontoist.com/2008/07/fringe.php
Thursday, June 26, 2008
Does the pet stress out when inside the cabin?
Using our unique technology we are able to lower the stress on pets compared to traditional bathing due to the fact that we do not use a restraining system and there is no stranger restraining or holding the pet. Also our unique patented nozzle system will provide a hydro-massage shower that will relax the pet and increase circulation which is very beneficial.
Saturday, June 7, 2008
The night was a mix of music, dance, and other amazing talents- contortionists, hypnotists, comedy and more. We also had great success with our 50/50 sale, thanks to enthusiastic patrons.
Here's the programme from the event, with all of our amazing performers listed.
-Thomas Paxton-Beesley Band
-Adam and Alex
-Craig Pike “Jazz Stuff”
-Carly Heffernan and Megan MacKeigan “She said What”
-Joel Babcock “Hypnotist Extraordinaire”
-Victoria Weaver “Big Spender”
-Reading from “Domestic”
Break with the Thomas Paxton-Beesley Band
-Danny and Luke “Mack the Knife”
-Victoria Weaver “Twentysomething”
Thursday, May 22, 2008
Let Love Blind You At This Summer’s Fringe
Jim loves Betty! Betty loves Jim! The Smith household should be perfect except… why does God keep calling with talk about Hell? And why is there a pool of blood forming under Jim’s body? Whoops! Looks like Betty might have to go shopping again!
Premiering at the Toronto Fringe this summer, Pug In A Tux Productions presents Domestic – a new dark comedy that evokes the spirit of the 1950s to attack the cultural obsessions of today. Written by Joel Babcock, an MFA student in the prestigious UBC Creative Writing program, this blissfully surreal play holds nothing sacred as it takes on targets such as religion, consumerism, “hip” left-wing revolutionaries, and the hope for a better tomorrow. Combining the talents of director Michael Murphy with a group of skilled emerging actors from
Come watch and laugh as the life of a relentlessly optimistic woman falls to tattered pieces. In just under 60 minutes, Domestic explores what happens when the painful longing for personal happiness grows to monstrous proportions.
Theatre Passe Muraille Backspace
DATES AND TIMES
Fri. July 4, Sun. July 6,
Mon. July 7, Tues. July 8,
Wed. July 9, Thu. July 10,
Fri. July 11, Sat. July 12,
PRAISE FOR THE PLAYWRIGHT
“The third piece on my list of favourites is Joel Babcock’s Flawless (Not a Drop of Blood Anywhere), which is kind of like Waiting for Godot as imagined by Monty Python’s Flying Circus.”
PRAISE FOR THE SHOW
“Surreal and hilarious, Joel Babcock’s Domestic is a cogent, utterly unique piece of dark comedy.”
-Brandon Thao, Queen’s Journal
WINNER: J.C.W. Saxton Prize in Playwriting
Jessica Weaver, (647) 232-5696, email@example.com
Download the press release here.
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